Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] segmentation fault on launch

Dear Damien,
	thank you so much for you answer.
Actually the problem started after the update done on 10/10/04. It
involved  the cyrus and pango packages; here is the yum log:

10/10/04 18:44:03 Updated: pango 1.4.1-1.i386
10/10/04 18:44:03 Updated: cyrus-sasl-plain 2.1.18-2.2.i386
10/10/04 18:44:03 Updated: cyrus-sasl-devel 2.1.18-2.2.i386
10/10/04 18:44:03 Updated: pango-devel 1.4.1-1.i386
10/10/04 18:44:03 Updated: cyrus-sasl 2.1.18-2.2.i386
10/10/04 18:44:03 Updated: cyrus-sasl-md5 2.1.18-2.2.i386

pango is indeed on the gnomemeeting deps; now, I have just installed the
old version of pango (rpm -Uvh --force  pango-1.4.0-2 ...)  but then X
stopped working because of the wrong pango libs....

By the way, I also tryed, days ago, to compile gnomemeeting from the
source, in order to be sure that it was linking the present libraries,
but still I had a segmentation fault.

I there something else I can try?
Thanks a lot! Regards,

On Mon, 2004-10-25 at 12:16, Damien Sandras wrote: 
> Hello,
> There can be several reasons to the problem. The conclusion is just that
> you are using a broken distribution unable to handle updates correctly. 
> I think that there should be broken dependancies, you will have to check
> each of the gnomemeeting RPM deps, and see which one can potentially be
> broken...

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